Marguerite Humeau, ‘FOXP2 (Mutation)’, 2016, Nottingham Contemporary

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Limited edition work - edition size of 10.
This edition requires a power supply. The transformers in this limited edition lightbox have a variable voltage input so please make sure the correct IEC cable for your given country is used. Remember to take this into consideration if you are planning electrical alterations.

The artist prefers the orientation of the work to be landscape as per the image above.

The work has split hangers which can be used to hang the work in either orientation.

To hang the work, you will need to attach the split hangers to the wall and hang the lightbox accordingly.

Signature: This work come with a signed certificate of authenticity, which is signed and numbered by the artist

Image rights: All image rights belong to Nottingham Contemporary and Marguerite Humeau.

Publisher: Nottingham Contemporary

Humeau exhibited with Nottingham Contemporary in 2016. Titled 'FOXP2', this exciting exhibition was conceived by the Palais de Tokyo, where it opened in June 2016. The exhibition presented at Nottingham Contemporary was a collaboration between Nottingham Contemporary and the Palais de Tokyo.

There is a publication that was produced alongside the exhibition. Available through Nottingham Contemporary.

This work come with a signed certificate of authenticity.

About Marguerite Humeau

Working at the intersection of art, science, and technology, Marguerite Humeau explores the mythic power of scientific narratives and their effect on a larger understanding of the world. Starting with intensive research, Humeau traverses diverse fields such as paleontology, media theory, and biology to find factual basis for her sculptural and sound-based works. “Research gives credibility to my stories,” Humeau has said. “I use scientific facts but also and more importantly speculations and fictions. I want to create strong physical, almost supernatural experiences.” In her pieces, she narrates fictional events such as the re-emergence of extinct, prehistoric creatures or otherworldly beings. Through visual and sonic relations, the London-based artist’s work deconstructs and elaborates on scientific knowledge, reorienting our understanding of the world around us.

French, b. 1986, France, based in London, United Kingdom

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